|The Socialists in the War - james Oneal (1875-1962)|
"The Socialists in the War," by James Oneal Published in The American Mercury, vol. 10, whole no. 40 (April 1927), pp. 418-426. First published in the USA between 1923 and 1978 with no copyright notice in original publication, public domain. With the Socialist Party of America at its 1920s nadir, National Executive Committee member James Oneal pauses to reexamine the party's wartime experience in the pages of The American Mercury...
Keywords: Communism -- United States; Marxism -- United States; Radicalism; Communist Party of America; CPA; CPUSA; Woodrow Wilson; Socialist Party of America; SPA; political repression; Department of Justice; FBI
|The Communist Hoax - James Oneal (1875-1962)|
"The Communist Hoax" by James Oneal First published in The American Mercury, vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1924), pp. 79-84. Pioneering popular history of the American Communist movement from the pages of The American Mercury by the ideological pitbull of the Socialist Party's Center faction, James Oneal. Oneal discounts contemporary estimates of between 1 million and 1.5 million American Communists as "absurd" but does note the proliferation of an amazing number of factional groups and grouplets -- a tot...
Keywords: Communism -- United States; Marxism -- United States; Radicalism; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Labor Party of America; CLP; Proletarian Party of America; PPA; Industrial Communists; Rummager's League; United Communist Party; UCP; Committee of the Third International; Workers' Council; United Toilers of America; UTA; Federated Farmer-Labor Party; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW; Trade Union Educational League; TUEL; Socialist Party of America; SPA
|Sabotage, or, Socialism versus Syndicalism (1913) - James Oneal (1875-1962)|
Pamphlet by James Oneal (1875-1962) Published in St. Louis, MO by the National Rip-Saw Publishing Co. Rip-Saw Series No. 20 Published January 1913. First edition of 10,000 copies. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. This pdf edition created as part of the Google Books projects. All rights to the digital file remain with Google, which permits personal use only.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism